Life on the ropes

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On their seventh album "Life On The Ropes" the New Yorkers present themselves as in-your-face as usual. With backing vocals by Cro-Mags front man John Joseph and en masse great songs, the album is a real highlight in the discography of the hardcore punks!


Item no. 421458
Musical Genre Hardcore
Media - Format 1-3 CD
Product topic Bands
Band Sick Of It All
Product type CD
Release date 08/09/2003
Gender Unisex

CD 1

  • 1.
  • 2.
    All my blessings
  • 3.
    The land increases
  • 4.
    Paper tiger (Fakin' the punk)
  • 5.
    The innocent
  • 6.
  • 7.
    For now
  • 8.
    View from the surface
  • 9.
    Going all out
  • 10.
  • 11.
    Shit sandwich
  • 12.
    Butting heads
  • 13.
    Take control
  • 14.
    Kept in check
  • 15.
    On the brink
  • 16.

by Manuela Liefländer (09/03) SOIA guitarist Pete Kollar: "We wanted the new album to be close to our live sound!" is! Already "Relentless" - the opener - shows that Sick of it all have not lost one bit of authenticity over the past 16 years. The raw Punk, Hardcore, Oi and Metal mixture must have been themed "You get what you deserve!" - at least that's what the house-own production sounds like. Apparently, Kollar and friends have switched to DIY attitude. Despite a couple of week spots the quality of the album is undisputed. I recommend "Butting heads" - a catchy, metal-laden pogo song. The album also has the typical SOIA shout-along hymns in store as well. It's not surprising that HC-godfather John Joseph from the Cro-Mags also says hi on the album.